The NACBS and its affiliate, the Northeast Conference on British Studies, seek participation by scholars in all areas of British Studies for the 2018 meeting in Providence, Rhode Island, from October 25-28. We solicit proposals for presentations on Britain, the British Empire, and the British world, including topics relating to component parts of Britain and on British influence (or vice versa) in Ireland, the Commonwealth, and former colonies in Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean (etc.) Our interests range from the medieval to the modern.
Registration is now open for the 'Loyalty to the British Monarcchs, c.1400-1688' conference, to be held at the University of Nottingham on Wednesday 24th January. The conference is free to attend and includes refreshments and a lunch, but we ask that delegates register through the conference website, which provides more information and a conference programme.
The conference convenors are Dr Matthew Ward and Matthew Hefferan.
The “Symposium for the Study of Kabbalistic Literature: The Kabbalah in Girona,” co-sponsored by the Dept. of Jewish Thought, will celebrate the 70th anniversary of Gershom Scholem's path-breaking book, The Beginning of Kabbalah: 1150–1250 (in Hebrew, 1948), which gave rise to his monumental studies on the origins of the Kabbalah.
University of Huddersfield, 27-28 June 2018: In association with the Institute of Musical Research
The REMOSS study group will be holding their fourth annual conference at the University of Edinburgh on June 15-16. The REMOSS study group will hold its fourth annual conference at the University of Edinburgh on 15-16 June 2018. REMOSS’s previous activities have been largely focussed on the use of early music in stage and screen contexts; this conference hopes to widen that perspective turning its focus towards ‘medievalism’ as a methodological and aesthetic lens through which to further interrogate those themes.
Splendid Encounters VII
Conflict and peacemaking in diplomacy, 1300-1800
27th-28th September 2018
Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania, Vilnius
Presentation and goals
We are pleased to announce that the call for papers for the interdisciplinary workshop «Medieval Women and the Arts. Literacy, Education, and Visual Culture» has been opened. This event is conceived as a place of discussion and exchange for scholars, researchers, and postgraduate students who consecrate their work to the field of social, cultural, and intellectual history of women.